RARE ANUBIAS NARROW LEAVES (with variegation history)
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(Information written by Aquarzon based on actual growing experience, observations and research. Please do not copy any information or photos)
Portion Size : Around 5+ Leaves
Portion Type: Unattached or Attached to Rock depending on option selected
Growth Speed : Medium-Slow
Difficulty Level : Easy
Temperature : 10-30°C
PH Range : 5.0-8.0
Min. Light Needs: Low
Origin : Tropical Central & West Africa
Latest Update: This Anubias is currently all green or almost all green as shown in the main photo. If you are purchasing this plant at the current time, it would look all green like the main photo. The 2nd photo shows how it looks like when it grows leaves with white variegation. It is currently not growing white variegation leaves at the moment for us, although it has the potential to do so.
This narrow leaf Anubias is likely to be a variegated form of Glabra. It is a rare Anubias variant has very narrow leaves that have the potential to white variegation. In our growing experience, this is the more difficult Anubias variety to successfully grow and retain its white variegation. There were a number of hobbyists in Australia that managed to get them to grow white variegation leaves but somehow this Anubias has a tendency to revert back to growing all green leaves despite exposure to high lighting and Co2.
In terms of size, this Anubias variant grows bigger than Anubias White. It can grow mature leaves at twice longer in length. Due to the unique shape and bigger size of this white variegated variant, it is best used as a midground highlight plant in an aquascape. It can be used as a foreground plant if a bigger foreground plant is needed in the aquascape.
Our initial specimen was originally purchased from a very experienced hobbyist in Australia. We had a lot of difficulty cultivating this plant for the first several months due to issues with the plant. A large number did not survive. After a lot of effort and many months of effort, we manage to get it to grow healthily and well. It is in very healthy state now and has been like this for years.